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Rapper TEE GRIZZLEY Gets In High Speed Chase With Police ON LIVE . . . And ESCAPES!!

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One of the hottest young rapper's Tee Grizzley nearly lost his freedom last night. He was involved in a high speed chase with police. Luckily the rapper managed to ESCAPE.

Last night, Tee Grizzley got into it with the police. A squad car attempted to pull his vehicle over - and Tee Grizzley fled. The police chased Tee Grizzley's car, and they were involved in a high speed chase:

Word is that the rapper managed to elude the police - and get away without getting caught. He posted this morning that he thanks god for helping his evade the police:

Tee Grizzley is best known for his singles "First Day Out", "No Effort", "Colors", and "From the D to the A".

After being released from prison in October 2016, Tee Grizzley released his debut single, First Day Out through YouTube. The song gained over 2 million views in less than three weeks, and led to Grizzley signing a record deal. After releasing numerous mixtapes and singles throughout 2017, Grizzley released his debut album, Activated in May. the album peaked at number 10 on the Billboard 200.

Tee was born on March 23, 1994 in Detroit, Michigan, and was raised by his grandmother in the Joy Road area of West Detroit due to his mother and father constantly being in and out of prison. 

In middle school he began developing an interest in rap music and eventually formed the musical group All Stars Ball Hard along with three of his friends, JR, Po, and Lee. Wallace took the moniker of ASBH Tee, and they began uploading their songs to YouTube. In 2011, his mother was sentenced to 15 years in prison for drug trafficking. His father was murdered in 2012.